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    These classic holiday Snowdrop Cookies, sometimes called Russian Tea Cakes, are simple and delicate with the flavor of almonds or pecans and confectioner’s sugar.

    They actually go by a lot of names depending on where you are from: Mexican Wedding Cookies Danish Wedding Cookies Russian Tea Cakes Snowballs

    Snowball cookies that literally MELT in your mouth.

    No Bake Coconut Pecan Praline Cookies Recipe ~ They are SO simple to whip up (no baking!!) and have the perfect texture and taste — praline-ey, pecan-ey, and coconut-ey.

    The description called these Italian Wedding Cookies. A friend of mine put macadamia nuts and it tasted like little drops of heaven❤❗ - so yummy.

    Russian Tea Cakes - my mom's famous recipe! | crazyforcrust.com

    Pecan Crescent Cookies ~ My mother made these every Christmas...still one of my favorite cookies.

    Snowball Cookies - Cooking Classy

    Hawaiian Wedding Cookies (aka - Mexican Wedding Cookies, Italian Wedding cookies, Russian Tea Cakes - with an Hawaiian twist. The traditional recipe is made with almonds, or sometimes pecans, and vanilla).

    Butter Pecan Oil

    Snowball Cookies

    ❈ Melt-in-your-mouth pecan balls ~ one of my favorite cookies at Christmas ❈

    Almond Meltaway Cookies. These are so good! The boys and I made them yesterday and they're one of our new favorite recipes.

    Fanciful Raspberry Ribbons. Mom made these every christmas, only she called them swedish butter cookies. so good. ♥

    Snow drops cookies

    Classic Shortbread Cookies – it only takes 3 ingredients to make these mouthwatering shortbread cookies. These shortbread cookies melt in your mouth.

    This Chocolate Chip Snowball Cookies recipe adds chocolate chips to Russian Tea Cake Cookies!

    Grandma's Kolacky Cookies: A cookie recipe given to me by my husband's Polish grandma that I have to double because they fly off the plate.

    These are possibly the Best Cookies Ever! You've gotta taste the true southern charm of these cookies first shared with me by my dear friend Anne. My Own Sweet Thyme: Pecan Praline Cookies with Brown Sugar Frosting

    Make Russian Picnic - an August Uncommon Tea Cocktail.

    Kourambiethes | Greek Christmas Cookies | Greek Food Blog